Watch as West Lothian care home staff bust out dance moves in brilliant TikTok routine

Frontline healthcare workers across the UK have been going viral with light-hearted dance routines amid the coronavirus pandemic - and now workers at Burngrange Care Home in West Calder have got in on the action.

Saturday, 25th April 2020, 12:39 pm
Updated Saturday, 25th April 2020, 12:41 pm

Staff at the West Lothian care home have shared a brilliant TikTok dance routine to The Weeknd's chart-topping hit, Blinding Lights.

In recent weeks, frontline workers across the country have been helping to lift spirits with their home-made dance performances.

And now, the Burngrange Care Home team have busted out their best moves in a 12-second routine.

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"We hope you enjoy this short TikTok video from the hard working team at Burngrange Care Home in West Calder," they wrote in a Twitter post to share the video.

"During difficult times, it’s important to take a minute and do something to lift your spirits sometimes.

"Have a lovely weekend from everyone at West Lothian Council."

You can watch the video below.

Staff at Burngrange Care Home show off their dance moves.

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